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misperception that they are erasing information. a lot of what they're doing a search engine optimization. it is building technology to push those results to the back. issues thatme people believe they have now gotten rid of this bad information. it is still there. it is just push done in terms of relative scores so does that come up as highly. we have another question in the front. >> what happens if social intelligence misinterpret a piece of information that it finds, a screen shot somebody at a racist rally? informationng that and misinterpreted. you be liable for negligent misinterpretations th? --i will leave that in situ i will be that information. leave that information. we're looking for an objective set of information. resolutionwe have a process is to enter a situation where we are able to miss identify something and the employer were to inform the applicants they were going to take the adverse actions. that is the exact reason we have this process, so they can come to us and we can generate a new report. >> theoretically the employer cannot fire a person because of the controv
of times what their doing is really just search engine optimization, which is just building technology to push those results towards the back of the search results. so there are some issues that people believe that they now have gotten rid of this bad information, actually it is still there. it's just push down in terms of relevance for the search engine so it doesn't come up as highly. >> i like to think that they displace the information. >> it comes up on page five instead of on page one. >> we have another question in the front. >> my name is robyn. my question is, what happens when social may misinterpret a piece of information that becomes publicly available? like it's a screenshot of somebody as a racist rally that the to be -- that they happen to be just walking along the street at the time. you pass this along to the employer. and adverse proceeding issue from the. can you be liable for negligence or defamation? >> whether or not we can be liable, i would need to -- >> have you experienced -- >> we have not had that experience. to reiterate a couple of points, we are looking f
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